The United States has provided another 96 lakh dose of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to Bangladesh. In this regard, the United States provided 28 million doses of vaccine to Bangladesh. This information was given in a notification sent from the US Embassy in Dhaka on Saturday (January 15).
Earl Miller, US Ambassador, said that as US Ambassador to Bangladesh, we are proud to be able to work together to tackle the covid-19 epidemic in the last three years; I can’t find that in anything else.
So far, the United States has provided more than 28 million doses of free vaccines to Bangladesh, and more vaccines are on the way, he said.
The vaccine grant is part of a commitment by the United States to lead the fight against COVID-19 by delivering hundreds of millions of doses of vaccine worldwide in 2022.
In addition to providing vaccine grants, the United States is working closely with the Government of Bangladesh to support the national Covid-19 vaccination campaign against epidemics, as well as to strengthen these programs. The United States has trained more than 7,000 health care providers on the proper management and immunization of vaccines.